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Oct 12, 2012 9:00am EDT
a couple of times. jack kennedy lowered tax rates. >> oh now you're jack kennedy. >> the most tweeted about moment last night. ben labolt is the obama for america press secretary and joins us from chicago. ben good morning to you. >> good morning, carl, thanks for having me back. >> i agree with what "the journal" said, this was a debate. we did get the back and forth as messy as it was. >> no question. >> our first question on style, i walk in this morning and fire up my computer there's a joke, what's joe biden's favorite candy? snickers. did you guys try to manage his laughter? did that get out of hand? >> you know, republicans like to talk about happy warriors and i think that's what we saw last night. look the vice president is authentic. he didn't bring a bunch of canned political talking points. what you see is what you get. people know he's telling the truth and congressman ryan brought about a bunch of canned talking points and they didn't hold up. he couldn't defend the $5 trillion tax cut for the wealthiest. >> people talked about him going in, biden going into this debate, ben,
CNBC
Oct 11, 2012 9:00am EDT
in that race, even though he got smacked down with that "you're no jack kennedy" line, because he took the fight to michael dukakis and that's the bottom line that you hear from people who have been through these debates, is that the key for vice presidential candidates, guys, is for them to focus their fire not on the counter pa counterpart standing across the stage from them but rather, on the top of the other ticket. you can expect joe biden's going to be very aggressive in going after mitt romney, perhaps using paul ryan and his budget plan to do that. and paul ryan's going to return the favor and go after barack obama. it is going to be an interesting night here in danville, center college which has hosted these debates before. guys? >> john, we look forward to seeing it upon thsee ing it tonight. >>> more on the sprint news this morning, former president and ceo of verizon wireless and author of "managers can you hear me now," denny stregl, good to see you. first i want to start off with the sprint news. should a deal proceed between softbank and sprint, how will that change the
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